Say No to skyrocketing water bills

Mark Ramsey announces run for NHCRWA Board of Directors district 4.

To: Voters of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) place 4.

I have thrown my experience into the November 8, 2022 General Election race for NHCRWA District 4.

Water rates are too high and water bills are skyrocketing.

The current board has had no turnover in twenty years. My opponent has been on the board 23 years since its inception and lobbied for its existence in the first place. This board has continued to raise rates and fees over their entire tenure—over 2000%!

It is time for a fresh perspective! It is time for a change!

Please join my campaign.

As emails, social media posts, and other communications are sent out, PLEASE TAKE A FEW SECONDS to resend them to your friends, church members, family, neighbors, and any others in your circle of influence who may live in NHCRWA #4!

If you are on a main street in your subdivision, especially a corner, please let me know you need a yard sign or two!

Stay tuned for updates on these and other important notes.

As always, feel free to call or email if you have questions or input. You may learn more about my candidacy by visiting the other pages of my website,

Very truly yours,


Mark S. Ramsey, P.E.
Texas Tech University “Distinguished Engineer”
Challenger Candidate for NHCRWA District 4

PS: There are other challengers to the board members in nearby districts.

  • Melissa Rowell-District 3
  • David Barker-District 2
  • Roy Burroughs-District 5

The Issues

Water bills are through the roof thanks to the NHCRWA fees and current administration. We need to ask “Why?”.

There hasn’t been a fresh perspective on the board for the past 20 years, and 4 out of 5 members have been in office for 23 years.

As a professional engineer who has written a double peer-reviewed book on hydraulics, Mark Ramsey has the skills to solve problems and offer insight. See his book here.

NHCRWA Voting District 4

Adopted May 2, 2022

To achieve equal representation among voters, state and local governments redraw district boundaries every 10 years following a U.S. census to reflect population growth, decline, and other demographics. In addition to changing the boundaries, this process also impacts the elected representation of the districts in the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA). On November 8th, four NHCRWA Board members will face off in a general election. These members have been on the board for 20 years, and have overseen our rising water bills.

It's time for a new perspective. It's time for a change.

Know them by their votes

Early Voting – Oct. 24 – Nov 4, 2022








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